Your Happiness Is In Your Hands
I read this title and I wonder if you can honestly appreciate the powerful meaning behind this simple yet commonly used term “happiness”. Although a lot of people have their own definitions of what that word could mean, it is also genuinely quite safe to say that a great number of us have a fairly good understanding of what could be required to make ourselves feel happy.
Not only do we understand this, we also understand that it is also quite common for us to loose balance every once in a while.
Be that as it may though, you certainly can’t be happy if you do not fully understand the different layers found inside of yourself. You also definitely can’t be happy if you do not (somewhat) understand how easy it is for a human being to feel out of place, powerless and dependent.
Either way, our moods and emotions are like rollercoasters. You could feel extremely happy one minute and suddenly loose grip of that same emotion the next minute.
Granted, external factors can contribute greatly to how we feel internally, however, it is almost virtually impossible for a person to experience this feeling regularly if you spend a great deal of your time relying heavily on other people’s opinions and efforts because then that would mean that our happiness is certainly not in your hands.
In that same background, the more you focus on things that make you feel unhappy, the less you would be able to appreciate the little things that make you a powerful force of positive energy that finds humour in virtually every situation that is intended to prevent you from being a joyful soul.
Naturally, as human beings, it is in our nature to depend heavily on other people but it is not healthy to constantly seek opinions and validation regarding anything that could easily throw you off balance.
To cut a long story short, your happiness being in your hands means you need to spend far less time focusing on what people need to do and far more time on what you personally need to do to keep yourself in a blissful state as often as humanly possible.